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buisnessmeeting26238539.jpgGood business managers work their way through the day while successful business managers know that there are tips that will help them accomplish their goals. These tips can help you better utilize your time in order to be successful and show your boss how indispensable you are to their company. Here are some Business Management tips-

  • Use a time management tool-Whether it is a paper day-timer or a software program on your computer you need to choose something to help you manage your time. Physically managing your time is to know where it is going now and planning how you are going to spend your time in the future. Many business managers today use a software program that lets you schedule events easily and can be set to remind you of events in advance, making your time management easier.
  • Prioritize and then prioritize some more-Experts recommend that you should start each day with a time management session prioritizing the tasks for that day and setting your performance benchmark. For example: if you have 15 tasks for a given day, how many of them do you truly need to accomplish? Understanding what you have to accomplish and how much time you will need is the key to successful achieving your objective.
  • Do not be afraid to delegate and/or outsource-You should remember there is no need for you to be a one-person show even if your business is extremely small. No matter how small your business is, there's no need for you to be a one-person show. You will need to let other people carry some of the load for effective time management. The key to this is determining your personal return on investment (ROI). This will explain two ways to pinpoint which tasks you would be better off delegating or outsourcing.
  • Get in the habit of setting time limits for task. Small, mundane tasks can eat up valuable time and your resources if you do not limit how much you are willing to dedicate to them. For example: reading and answering email can consume your whole day if you let. Instead set a time limit for this task and make sure you stick to it. It is crucial to not let other people (and their problems) deter you from keeping to your time limit.
  • Establish daily routines and stick to them as much as possible-This is helpful because even a crisis arises (and they will) you will be much more productive if you can follow routines most of the time.
  • Always make sure that your systems are as organized as possible-If you are wasting a lot of time looking for file (either on your computer or in real life) you need take time to re-organize so that you can quickly get your hands on what you need to do your job. You can find extensive information to guide you in setting up a system that will work for you and help you to become more productive.
  • Never waste time waiting-It seems virtually impossible to avoid waiting for someone or something. However it is important to keep in mind that you do not need to just sit there and twiddle your thumbs. You should always take something to do with you, (such as a report you need to read, a checkbook that needs to be balanced, or just a blank pad of paper that you can use to plan your next marketing campaign). Keep in mind that technology also makes it easy to work wherever you are; your PDA and/or cell phone will help you stay connected. Remember that you can be in control and accomplish what you want.

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